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SPANISH PRIMERA DIVISIÓN

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
15 Espanyol 0 1 1 1
16 Osasuna 0 1 1 1
17 Betis 0 1 1 1
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Osasuna 0-2 Real Sociedad

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Real Sociedad bounced back from their opening LaLiga defeat thanks to a 2-0 win over Osasuna at El Sadar Stadium.

Juanmi fired the visitors in front on the stroke of half-time and Unai Garcia's unfortunate own goal ensured Sociedad, beaten 3-0 by Real Madrid on the opening day of the season, took three points.

The home side's chances were not helped by being forced into a change after just seven minutes, with Javier Flano forced off through injury to be replaced by Aitor Bunuel.

But they forced the...

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La Liga: Depor rally to beat Eibar; Malaga draw with promoted Osasuna

ESPN FC's Janusz Michallik provides his predicted top five for the upcoming La Liga season.

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Match-winner Lucas Perez attempts a volley in Depor's 2-1 win versus Eibar.

Lucas Perez's 87th-minute penalty sealed a 2-1 comeback victory for Deportivo La Coruna against Eibar at the Estadio Riazor on Friday night.

Eibar took the lead 10 minutes into the second half with an Ivan Ramis header from a corner but the Galicians drew level with a volley on the stretch from Pedro Mosquera.

A point would perhaps have been the right result but Perez earned Depor all three in their opening La Liga game when he won a late spot kick and converted it himself.

The visitors looked...

Málaga 1-1 Osasuna

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Former Arsenal midfielder Fran Merida secured a point for promoted Osasuna in a 1-1 draw against Malaga at La Rosaleda.

Playmaker Juanpi gave Juande Ramos' Malaga the lead with a neat 56th-minute goal but substitute Merida, who moved to Pamplona from Huesca this summer, levelled the scores with five minutes to go of their LaLiga opener.

The first 45 minutes of the Spanish top-flight season were a slow-burner to say the least, with neither side creating an opening until the 38th minute.

That was when...

Spain's EU state aid case explained as La Liga clubs face sanctions

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The European Commission ruled on Monday that seven La Liga clubs have received illegal state aid in recent years -- and that the money must now be repaid to the government coffers. We take a look at what the ruling actually means and how things might play out.

Q: What happened on Monday?

A: The European Commission ruled that various parts of the Spanish government had broken EU state-aid rules by providing illegal assistance to seven different La Liga clubs.

The headline finding was that Real Madrid...

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Real Madrid, Barcelona among La Liga clubs ordered by EU to repay state aid

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti gives his take on Spanish club's dominance in European competitions over the last three seasons.

Real Madrid, Barcelona and five other La Liga clubs were ordered Monday by the European Commission, the European Union's executive arm, to repay money to the Spanish government over various instances of the state providing aid to them.

European champions Real Madrid, Spanish league champions Barcelona, Athletic Bilbao and Osasuna were ordered to repay state tax credits given to them by Spain that date back 20 years.

The initial sum total was estimated to be €68.8 million euros, according to...